UUUM Japan utilizes cellular bonding solutions for top-quality golf broadcasts

How UUUM Japan used LiveU's Remote At-Home Production solution to produce the Women’s Golf Championship in Okinawa.

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The Challenge

Reporters covering the tournament needed to get close to the players so that the audience could experience the event first-hand. The previous year’s tournament was just covered by a phone, which caused problems in audio and video quality, especially when zooming in on players from a distance.

This time, UUUM wanted to use advanced equipment to deliver a higher quality experience, without using unnecessary funds and the time to bring an entire broadcasting suite and staff to the golf course.

The Solution

UUUM instead employed LiveU’s Remote At-Home Production solution along with two LU600 units were to capture the action and transmit it fully synced to their remote Tokyo studio. As a result UUUM was able to switch cameras and add graphics remotely, enabling them to deliver a high quality live stream to their audience.

UUUM employed LiveU’s Remote At-Home Production solution along with two LU600 HEVC units to capture the action and transmit it fully synced to their remote Tokyo studio. As a result, UUUM was able to switch cameras and add graphics remotely, enabling them to deliver a high quality live stream to their audience.

Yosuke Harada, UUUM Media Unit Leader

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